[med-l-ey-tid, mej-uh-ley-, muh-duhl-ey-tid]
Origin of medullated
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These sensations are carried by medullated nerve fibres, and are slow to return after injury to the nerves.
Between the neurolemma and the axis cylinder is the medullated sheath, composed of a fatty substance known as myelin.Manual of Surgery
Alexis Thomson and Alexander Miles
- anatomy encased in a myelin sheath
- having a medulla
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- Having a medulla.
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